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Gaetano Pesce

Greene Street armchair, 1987

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Gaetano Pesce

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During his career, which spans four decades with commissions in architecture, urban planning, interior, exhibition, and industrial design, Gaetano Pesce, the architect, and designer, has conceived public and private projects in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. In all his work, he expresses his guiding principle: that modernism is less a style than a method for interpreting the present and hinting at the future in which individuality is preserved and celebrated. Born in La Spezia, Italy, in 1939, Pesce studied Architecture at the University of Venice between 1958 to 1963 and was a participant in Gruppo N, an early collective concerned with programmed art patterned after the Bauhaus.

Exhibited at DESIGN MIAMI.BASEL 2024 The Green Street chair finds its concepts into Pesce's wish to make people feel the insecurity of our world while sitting in a chair. Insecurity about religion, minoritys, culture. He also want the chair to be a mask for the human body, a shied that protect. Insecurity vs security, with the Green Street there is no need to choose. The Green Street chair was avaialble on order with or without armrest.

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